I will in the future use both Linux and Windows pc at work. The lack of real linuxsupport is a problem. Please support LInux in onedrive/sharepoint.
Hopefully also a office 365 package for linux would help
I am a developer, and as such I use Linux for the majority of my work. However, the open source office products don't play 100% well with MS Office. This has led to some major issues when I send documents to coworkers. MS Office is an industry standard (Pages isn't even worth mentioning), and it is the best office software out there. My experience with Teams on Linux so far has been nothing but favorable, and I am very impressed with its functionality, and now much prefer it to Slack (which used to have the bulk of my attention). I look forward to MS Office being available on Linux in the future, as it would open up business to a large subpopulation of computer users.
Ed Young commented
Microsoft Office fat applications for Windows have a number of functions that are not available on the web-based versions.
If Microsoft does not release fat applications for linux, then they are charging linux users the same price for products with less functionality.
It is a very unsatisfying customer experience to pay a premium price for a second rate product.
I would be satisfied if the web-based versions had ALL of the functionality of the fat applications.
Another option would be to charge a lower price for web-based only Microsoft Office (no ability to download fat applications, regardless of operating system.)
Of course, releasing fat applications for linux would also solve the problem.
Alexander RAth commented
Ae office 365 package would really help to work in multi platform environments
Please make Microsoft365 run in linux
Jairo Mejia commented
Bringing Microsoft Office 365 to the Linux Environment would be the right choice to Microsoft to become the most important company in offer Management tools for the companies around the world.
This is extremely important to uni students since all uni work is done with the expectation that students have Microsoft office
This would help university students how've been given access for Office softwares, but run Linux as a daily base OS.
Please make Office for Linux!
Mikersoft Vindows commented
I would love to see Microsoft embrace support for Linux by adding office support to it.
Ram Prakash Sharma commented
The idea is that Microsoft has started showing strong commitment towards Opensource in form of buy npm,github building visual studio code, MS Team on Linux, bash in window and many and ASP.NET Core. So, its another good time to push it further and take advantage of people true feel that MS love Linux all the time. I think the next app on Linux should be Outlook and OneDrive. Thanks all for your voices guys!
This is a bad idea. Inventions are inventions for a good reasons. The communist party will have access to all of your data. Security will be thrown away. This is a bad idea.
Yet another Linux user who has an institutional Office365 subscription. I love Excel and want to switch to OneDrive from Box (both of which don't support Linux). A Linux Office version might be a stretch but OneDrive seems more achievable.
People like me, that need Microsoft Office on Linux, mostly need it because of collaboration, and not because is the only way around! I would prefer to use MSOffice on a linux instance, instead of the Google Docs. But, if there is no way to install Office on Linux, We are migrating to Google Docs. Doesn't make sense to use a paid web version, if we can use the free google docs.
Pablo Fernandes Dias commented
It's a shame not being present in Linux, as long Microsof uses Linux as server internally in windows.
yahya albalawi commented
Please make a Linux office. I have three licenses for office (personal + two organizations) and i cannot use any of them nor cooperate with others.
Please make a linux office
Daniel Ricarte commented
I have license for office 365, but i'am user linux.
We need office for linux, please.
Although I agree entirely, does anyone really believe that Microsoft will support an idea that actually helps users and doesn't empty their bank account? It's not really the business model they follow (and they would also have a harder time tracking and controlling all the content - as all the big IT giants do)
I am forced to work at home due to covid-19. My boss provided me a Microsoft 365 account, but I can't install it in my Linux pc. Please, release Linux support for Microsoft 365.